Cameron Brate re-signs with Buccaneers for six years, $41 million
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have re-signed tight end Cameron Brate to a six-year, $41 million contract.
The deal reportedly has $18 million in guaranteed dollars and either way, it's a nice haul for a former undrafted free agent. Brate should continue to rack up touchdowns courtesy of Jameis Winston for years to come, after finding pay dirt 14 times over his last two seasons.
Brate averaged 7.4 FanDuel points per game in 2017.
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